Author: Rhiannon Williams

Rhiannon is a a poet, writer and member of the Feminist Internet collective. A lover of music and the outdoors, she writes extensively on the subject of islands - particularly Cyprus, where she lived for eight years. She has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Exeter, and has had poetry shortlisted for the Bridport Prize and the National Poetry Prize. Currently studying MA Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins, she is interested in gender, islands, liminal spaces, and the effects of environment on the psyche.

Sabbath in Space: The Multiplicity of Metal Through Softer Songs

Black Sabbath have worked hard to live up to their status as the godfathers of heavy metal. But there’s a song that temporarily fractures this facade....

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Detoxifying the Digital Landscape

2018 saw a surge in the popularity of therapeutic software, a trend causing a telling tonal shift in our daily online routines....

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Design/Play/Disrupt: A Forensic Revel in Video Games

The Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt exhibition does not patronise or exclude; it revels in what video games have achieved without selective blindness to the industry’s problems with diversity. ...

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Feminist Internet, Art that Strategises Change

Feminist Internet is a future-focused collective made up of artists and designers who aim to create an equal and just internet for all. Find out about their activities here!...

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